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How to Make Better Decisions by being Reasonable and Unreasonable

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Over the years, experience taught me how to be better. Decision making is a key aspect of growth. Sometimes, I would really want to say no to a thing, but end up saying yes and screwing myself. Sometimes, I would really want to say yes but said no and then lived in regret. This is how I make decisions now. You don’t need to be a NAVY SEAL to make better decisions – all you need to do is ensure 3 things are on point. In this episode I go over 3 key points on making better decisions and examples of how to use them.

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